NepRWA recently received a grant from the MassDEP to aid towns in an effort to reduce stormwater pollution.
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NepRWA's water quality program allows us to identify and fix problems in the waterways of the Neponset River Watershed.
Although the Governor vetoed an update to the Commonwealth’s climate policy, he approved the sewage notification bill.
How much do you really know about the effects of stormwater runoff in our communities?
NepRWA is pleased to welcome a fantastic new member to the science team!
Your support is at the heart of everything NepRWA does, including these recent accomplishments.
Community advocacy - and the Community Preservation Act - successfully preserve critical open space in Quincy.
NepRWA's Environmental Scientist starts a new chapter in his career.
Watch previous Watershed Wednesday Zoom presentations here.
Moderate rainfall leads to above-average October water pollution
The CPA is a powerful tool to preserve parks, playgrounds, wildlife habitat, and historic properties, and create Town-planned affordable housing.
This fall, Milton residents have the chance to shape their community’s future.
Dry weather means dry streams and low Dissolved Oxygen
Lack of rainfall leads to reduced stormwater pollution and low water levels.
Recently, a group of 25 volunteers joined NepRWA staff to remove water chestnut from Silk Mill Pond in Canton.
A months-long temperature study provides key information for native brook trout.
Waders, nets, and teens make for a fun morning!
Data collection continues as water quality takes a typical June decline.
The Town of Norwood was hit with an intense downpour on June 28 from a concentrated thunderstorm.
We continue to collect valuable water quality data in compliance with COVID-19 restrictions by implementing enhanced safety procedures to keep our volunteers and staff safe.